Kahraba and Imam Ashour from the Al-Ahly and St. George match
A source inside Al-Ahly club revealed the details of the injury that the player Emam Ashour, the Red Giants midfielder, suffered today during the Ismaily match in the Egyptian Premier League.
The first football team of Al-Ahly club achieved a great victory over the Dervishes by three goals to one, with two goals scored by Percy Tau, Hussein El-Shahat one, and Yao Anwar the only goal for Al-Ismaily, in the match that was held today, Sunday, in the third round of the “Nile League” competition this season. 2023/2024, on the floor of Burj Al Arab Stadium in Alexandria.
Al-Ahly in the Premier League
With this great victory today, Al-Ahly club, under the leadership of veteran Swiss coach Marcel Kohler, reached the sixth point in the Egyptian Premier League competition, after the Red Giants played two matches in the “Nile League” competition this season.
The first football team of Al-Ahly Club, the “defending champion,” under the leadership of Swiss veteran Marcel Kohler, had begun its journey in the Premier League competition this season, with a strong confrontation against Al-Masry Al-Port Said, which the Red Devils were able to win by a clean 4-0, with two goals scored by Percy Tau and Reda Selim. A goal and Karim Fouad like him.
“The Week” reveals the details of Imam Ashour’s injury
Imam Ashour, the Al-Ahly club midfielder, left the match due to injury, amid intense crying from the player at the 30th minute of the first half, and Taher Mohamed Taher entered in his place.
A source inside Al-Ahly Club said in exclusive statements to Al-Osboa: “Imam Ashour left the hospital after an x-ray was performed on his foot after the severe pain he felt.”
The source added in his statements: “X-rays showed that he suffered a severe bruise in his foot, and there were no fractures.”
He concluded: “Imam will perform a new MRI in order to determine the extent of the injury and the duration of the absence.”
For his part, Al-Ahly’s doctor said: “Imam Ashour will miss training for a period ranging from 10 to 15 days.”